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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 24, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas June Taken by Chance Chance Hertelln stts with a variety of speckled trout he caught while fishing with Rubin Baenzlger on a fishing trip recently to just south of Corpus rehires booster once banned from Aggie athletics By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DALLAS A Dallas firmed owned by a Texas alumnus whose association with a quarterback once got the school put on probation will soon be promoting a Century of Greatness of Aggies The school recently hired Dockery House Publishing to merchandise cen tennial football videos and other The Dallas Morning News reported The firm is owned by Rod Dock who was among four boosters banned for at least two years from associating with the schools athletics after his dealings with quarterback Kevin Murray played a part in the NCAA putting the Aggies on proba a onetime yell was accused of improperly pro viding Murray with a car and a job at his printing for which Mur ray was paid but did not His punishment was for an undeter mined but athletic marketing director Dave chairman of the selection said the term must have If there was a he wouldnt have been allowed to make the pre sentation in the first South Dockerys companys bid asked for a higher percentage of the sales receipts than a rival documents but interim athletic director Wally Groff said Dockerys proposal was chosen our main concern was not so much the financial end of but that it be done in a class But Dockerys proposal did face objections from several key university according to contract information obtained from Texas by the Morning Hes served his and I m not one of these Aggies who wants to continue to flail on this said UH basketball coach receives salary cut By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON University of Houston basketball coach Alvin Brooks signed a contract that will pay him a base salary of less than his predecessor Pat A school regent calls the discrepan cy Others say its because who is is getting his first head coaching while who is came to UH already I think every athlete and in partic ular black athletes the Carl Lewis the the Phi Slama Jamas should be insulted that we propose to treat a first AfricanAmerican head basketball coach in such a UH System regent Zinetta Burney told other regents He was classified and chosen as the best candidate for this So to doubt his qualifications at this I is The comments made by Bur the schools only black provoked regents to postpone approv ing the which also is less than the football But UH President James Pickering and Athletic Director Bill Carr say the difference is much less when consid ering that Brooks contract also includes in attainable They point out that who in March left UH and a salary for the University of had no such They also noted Brooks only has been an while Foster had 12 years of headcoaching experience and his teams were winning 20 games a Im very comfortable with the total compensation Carr The suggestion of any racial dimen sion is Its also unfortu nate because its such an emotionally charged Others pointed out that UH offered a higher salary than the school was pay ing Foster to lure Tulsa coach Orlando Tubby who is Smith decided to stay ai Carr said hell study salaries of first year coaches without previous head coaching experience to determine whether Brooks contract should be UH officials said if any changes would be they could be raised in time to approve Brooks salary at the regents August Brooks says he was aware of the difference in salaries but he was focused on securing the job because difficult to get opportunities to coach at this Brooks was an assistant coach for six years at UH and six at Lamar Univer most recently at a salary of Houston AD cracks down on academics HOUSTON Incoming freshmen at the University of Houston take notice you must make the academ ic grade if you want to make the foot ball Thats the word from new athletic director Bill Carr and new head foot ball coach Kim The two have issued a new set of mandatory which include com pulsory study halls for all freshman and those scoring less than a grade point We will improve Carr told the Houston Chronicle in a story published According to NCAA graduation fig ures for freshmen who entered the uni versity from 198385 and were tracked for six Houston athletes scrape the bottom of the The gradua tion rate for the football team was then an abysmal 11 the worst in the The basketball team fared even worse at zero Of the entire Houston studentathlete 14 per cent graduated during those which earned the Cougars a nextto last position in the Ross Margraves chairman of the Board of He didnt do the right tiling and he served his consequences as far as Im thats behind the But on April Dockery sent a let ter to thenathletic director John David Crow asking for his Finns proposal to be I have learned that the athletic department and presidents office at Texas do not want my name nor my companys name associated with he Crow did telepone calls Wednesday Rod Dockery is not listed in the phone A contract was signed May 3 by university vice president Robert Smith and Groff and was sent to Under Dockerys plan a copy of which was obtained by the newspaper under the Texas Open Records Act 20 percent of the profits will go to athletic department Hot Electrical appliances around pools and puddles can get you into hot Watch for sprinklers when using electric hedge trimmers or weed Avoid dragging cords across Never touch anything electrical if your hands are And if an appliance does fall into unplug the cord before retrieving Use care around water and electricity and you wont have to face the Pedernales Klcclric i CHIUIII I Coilai Lake Lakeway and Marble CAN WEf INTEREST 1BOO4US B O M D ummer Deals R UN A PAGE OR LARGER AD ON TUESDAY GET HALF CALL 6259144 TODAY Limited timeoffer PiirstcQine1 first New Braunf els HeraldZeitung For call your Marketing Becca or ShellyTODAY off open rate
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